Credit union named among top Canadian employers






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Publication: Canadian Mennonite
Date published: May 17, 2010

KITCHENER, ONT.- Mennonite Savings and Credit Union has been named among the Top 50 Best Small and Medium Employers in Canada. As a newcomer to the list, the credit union is pleased with ranking 47th. The study, now in its sixth year, is published annually in the Globe and Mail and Profit Magazine. "[T]o be included on this prominent list of Canada's leading workplaces is an honour?' says Brent Zorgdrager, chief executive officer. "What's most gratifying is the results are based on employee opinion, so this recognition represents the voice of our staff who are thriving in an atmosphere where they can daily live out our values of integrity, compassion and responsible stewardship." The evaluation process also includes the assessment of organizational practices and perspectives from the leadership team. This year, more than 200 companies across Canada registered to participate in the study.

-Mennonite Savings and Credit Union Release

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